2020 Gown Trends

2020 Gown Trends

1. Floral Print Dresses

Ines di Santo, Bridal Fall 2020, New York, October 4 2019

Bold floral prints made an appearance in several 2020 wedding dress collections, adding a burst of colour to the classically white runways of Bridal Fashion Week. Whether they’re subtle and pastel, edgy and oversized or in the form of textural, 3-D embroideries, this cool-girl way to pull off florals adds whimsical visual interest to any wedding dress silhouette.

2. Ball gowns
Royal Wedding Fans this one’s for you. If you’re looking to make an entrance, consider opting for a classic ball gown—and we saw plenty of them in the 2020 wedding dress trends and collections. The design was inspired by week of belgian fashion where you can go full-on Grace Kelly with heavy satin or Elizabethan with billowy sleeves. No matter the details, this voluminous style is sure to turn a few heads.

3. Ruffles
If ever there’s a time to indulge your inner hopeless romantic, your wedding day is it—and it doesn’t get more romantic than this frilly, ultra-feminine detail. A ruffly skirt adds dimension to a mermaid silhouette, while a full skirt of frothy, cascading ruffles is equal parts whimsical and fashion-forward.

4. Airy Dresses
From streamlined ball gowns to sheer sheaths, light-as-air gowns took over the runways and 2020 wedding dresses. Effortless fabrics like tulle and organza give off a gorgeous ethereal vibe without any additional bulk, so you can hit the dance floor without stressing about tripping over your gown or feeling weighed down.

5. One Shoulder Necklines
This unique silhouette flatters the upper body and gives off serious goddess vibes. This 2020 wedding dress trend also works for pretty much every wedding style—whether you go classic with heavy satin, Grecian with gauzy tulle or glam with one long sleeve.